Tag: Career Development
“If higher education continues to think the traditional one-size-fits-all approach is going to work, we’re going to miss the boat,” says one associate dean for digital innovation and enterprise learning.
Many of today’s internships amount to little more than coffee runs and grunt work that “pushes well beyond the definition of skill-building.”
“As the artificial intelligence revolution transforms what work will look like in the future, community college leaders must take the lead in reskilling our workforce,” according to an EAB Community College Executive Forum blog post.
Research suggests that this common advice can mislead students and undermine their long-term success.
Few students are prepared to wrestle with the moral dilemmas that arise in technology, say college leaders.
A commission of the American Academy of Arts & Sciences recognizes several colleges for offering opportunities for students in all fields to develop soft and technical skills.
More than 280,000 cybersecurity jobs went unfilled between September 2016 and September 2017. Here’s what one college and community partnership is doing about it.
Student travelers don’t have to visit every continent to reap the benefits of self-discovery, one study finds.
Workers in a static job like manufacturing suffer from high turnover, low wages, and little career advancement. They’re also at risk of being displaced by automation.
The strategy helped one professor submit 43 grants, publish 7 papers—and more—all within his first 18 months on campus.